From Ahead Media Software:
Ahead DVD Copy is a high quality, high speed DVD copy, split and shrink tool. The software copy DVD just the same as original, split dvd9 to fit in two dvd5, and shrink original DVDs into any sizes that are compatible with burning devices.
What's new in this version: Version 2.0.54 is a bug-fixing release.
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"Easy to use and works well"
Version: Ahead DVD Copy Standard Edition 2.0.3
The trial version is limited to # of uses but is fully functional otherwise. Worked well on trial that I did.
Small glitch when moving from save screen to burn screen, You have to re-enter the saved file again.
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